The Terps will play the Wolverines again in the Big Ten tournament.
Justin Gielen and Malcolm Johnston found the back of the net for the Terps.
Seven different players have notched game-winning goals in the Terps' eight wins this season.
Midfielder Loren Sefcik's first-half goal was all the Terps needed to clinch their first conference tournament in program history.
The Terps have struggled in road games this year.
“This was not a thing of beauty [against Yale]. But sometimes on these midweek games, you just have to grind it out.”
The Terps topped two ranked opponents — Indiana and Yale — last week.
Bergmann is the first player to earn Big Ten honors on offense and defense since at least 2010.
Seppi also earned the award on Sept. 10.
Goals from Loren Sefcik and Mikayla Dayes completed a crucial second-half comeback.